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Le tresor des merueilles de la maison royale de Fontainebleau : contenant la description de son antiquité, de sa fondation, de ses bastimens, de ses rares peintures, tableaux, emblemes, & deuises : de ses iardins, de ses fontaines, & autres singularitez qui s'y voyent ... (1642)

Author: Dan, Pierre, d. 1649; Francini, Thomas, 1571-1651; Bosse, Abraham, 1602-1676; Lasne, Michel, ca. 1590-1667
Subject: Château de Fontainebleau (Fontainebleau, France); Architecture, Renaissance; Decoration and ornament, Architectural
Publisher: A Paris : Chez Sebastien Cramoisy ...
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: French
Call number: 54028
Digitizing sponsor: Sloan Foundation
Book contributor: Getty Research Institute
Collection: getty; americana
Notes: Foxing throughout book.
Scanfactors: 9

Full catalog record: MARCXML

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Signatures: ã e i õ u 2² A-2V 2X

Includes full-page engravings by Abraham Bosse or Michel Lasne after designs by Thomas Francini

Bound in old goat skin, stained green; rebacked; edges sprinkled red; "Emptus anno 1645 F. Chrysanthus Paulin prior Villaenouae" written on front pastedown; book label of Theodore Besterman on front pastedown

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